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Luxury and the authentic atmosphere of New Orleans combine at the InterContinental New Orleans hotel, where the pet-friendly day rooms are ideal for experiencing Mardi Gras. There’s free Wi-Fi, on-site dining, a rooftop pool, and the local attractions include the parks, shops, and clubs of the French Quarter, as well as the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas.
Eclectic Eateries – Elegant brasserie Luke is one of the nearest dining options, and serves up a combination of French and German fare, whilst modern Creole cooking is on the menu at Palace Café. Chandeliers and great service complement the excellent French dishes served at August, just as the upscale Italian classics of Irene’s are augmented by the accompanying live piano. You can also find Cajun, seafood, Caribbean, and more in the local area.
Jackson Square – Just to the northeast of the day use rooms is Jackson Square, a park built in the early 18th century and lined with ancient buildings. Artists paint, draw and sell, and other performers entertain visitors with music, fortune-telling, and more.
French Quarter – Right by Jackson Square is Bourbon Street, the beating heart of the French Quarter and famous for its numerous bars and clubs. The Shops of the Colonnade are nearby, and the perfect place to soak in the local culture and partake in a spot of retail therapy. The quaint shops include local stores where you can buy candy and souvenirs, among other things, with many dining options in the vicinity.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas – Head east from the hotel door and you’ll encounter the riverfront Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, where marine wildlife make their home. One of the top draws for visitors is the 400,000 gallon tank brimming with coral reefs, sharks and rays, and featuring a walk-through tunnel.
We should mention
Pet-friendly hotel (fee required).
Valet parking (fee required).